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Wed, 29 Nov 2006 21:34:11 -0800 (PST)
As I've moved over to emacsclient from gnuclient, I've found a couple of areas
where it's behavior is awkward, although not wrong per se.
This patch adds:
* a --quiet option to suppress informational messages from emacsclient
* In emacsclientw, defaults to --quiet and --no-wait
* adds --wait and --verbose options to override the defaults in emacsclientw
If it's deemed to be too late in pretest for these that's fine, but this is a
small change and leads to better interaction.
Description: Text document
- emacsclient: --quiet/--verbose,
Michael Mauger <=